Friday, June 28, 2013

TechEd 2013 Videos for analysis & debugging!

Vir Gnarus over at Sysnative was kind enough to share links from TechEd 2013 in regards to debugging, analysis, etc. Here are some (I will add more hopefully once I get down to watching more myself)!

Sysinternals Primer: TechEd 2013 Edition

Join us for the fourth edition of the popular Sysinternals Primer series with Aaron Margosis, Mark Russinovich’s co-author of The Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference. The Sysinternals utilities are vital tools for any computer professional on the Windows platform. Mark Russinovich's popular "Case Of The Unexplained" demonstrates some of their capabilities in advanced troubleshooting scenarios. This complementary tutorial series focuses primarily on the utilities themselves, deep-diving into as many features as time will allow. This year’s session describes everything that’s new and improved in the Sysinternals tool set since the book was published two years ago. It’s like an early draft of Sysinternals, Second Edition.
  Case of the Unexplained 2013: Windows Troubleshooting with Mark Russinovich

Come hear Mark Russinovich, the master of Windows troubleshooting, walk you step-by-step through how he has solved seemingly unsolvable system and application problems on Windows. With all new real case studies, Mark shows how to apply the Microsoft Debugging Tools and his own Sysinternals tools, including Process Explorer, Process Monitor, to solve system crashes, process hangs, security vulnerabilities, DLL conflicts, permissions problems, registry misconfiguration, network hangs, and file system issues. These tools are used on a daily basis by Microsoft Product Support and have been used effectively to solve a wide variety of desktop and server issues, so being familiar with their operation and application will assist you in dealing with different problems on Windows.

Hardcore Debugging  (very very difficult and in-depth video in regards to analysis on not only kernel debugging, but debugging programs in general, etc).

The title says Hard Core for a reason. If you think it's possible for a 400-level session to be too technical, then I guarantee this one is. But if you don't, or if you just want to have your brain melted anyway, then join a group of Microsoft's greatest debuggers for a session designed to enlighten and entertain as you learn new techniques and watch people push the envelope on what's possible with our debugging platform. A fan favorite since TechReady 7!

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